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Dock Strike / New Orleans #46111

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 11, 1977
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(Studio) Dock strike is having major impact only on port of New Orleans, where longshoremen refuse to unload all cargo, not just container ships.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(New Orleans, Louisiana) Report on effect of strike in New Orleans, on city and farther out into other parts of country [Dockside Warehses. Incorporated spokesperson Jack BERTEL - cites impact on own company; has had to move grain elevators to Baton Rouge.] Longshoremen don't talk of end of strike; say it will last till they get agreement that guarantees them job security.
REPORTER: Lynn Gansar (WVUE)

Gansar, Lynn;
Reasoner, Harry

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